Ever wonder where that Big Signal comes from? Here are some photos of SAMRC hamshacks.....
It would not be accurate to call this a "shack." More like a fine living room. To say nothing about the beautiful equipment. Allen has style!
GRC-19. T-195 transmitter. R-392 receiver. Wt. 250 pounds. 28.5 V DC at 50 A. Dual blowers and dynamotors. Output 100 W AM. Built 1951.
BC-375 paired with a BC-348 receiver as it would have been in the B-17.
Back in the good old days. Who is that handsome young man anyway?
Bob's neat station with 4-125 transmitter, HQ-129X and R-390. The 4-125 transmitter was featured in Electric Radio and built by Andy, WA4KCY.
SDR and other SSB gear.
This is the T-150 Station
Nice looking AM gear. And the distinguished mayor of Destin according to Joe's Coffee Pot.
Anybody need an extra rig or receiver?
Where the magic happens. Bob's 20V2
Nice R-390 and 75S-1
Bob says, "Vintage tube AM gear. From the very small to the very large. I love em all!"
Nicely arranged. A beautiful collection of classic rigs.
This is where Eddie does his magic and fixes boat anchors that are beyond hope!
Organization ain't his gift!
The mighty DX-60 that refused to be tamed.....but Eddie broke its will....
Gates BC-1G and 75A-4
Eddie calls this the "People's Rig." Everyone needs a good Ranger!
Just choose an operating position!
High tech dummy load....
Exciter is a James Millen 90800, hence the name, "Millie." Two 813's in the modulator and two 813's in the final RF section. Custom built in a Bud cabinet. Featured in Electric Radio.